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Pizza Express

1 local recommends · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·

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Alexa
Alexa
June 25, 2018
Simple, friendly and good.

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“Charming little French bistro not far from the Kew Gardens station. The service is excellent and is the food. Great Sunday Roast deal too - 3 courses for £20, where everything is absolutely delicious.”
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“Kew Green is a traditional village green near the river. It has a duck pond which is thought to have been a horse pond used by the royal visitors when they came to Kew. The impressive building of St Anne’s dominates the green and is the burial place of several artists and important botanists. But most importantly, it is the burial place of the great English artist Thomas Gainsborough who received several royal commissions from King George III. Cricket is still played on the green in summer, and here it is still possible to gain a sense of Kew as a bustling village rather than part of the London suburbs.”
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“Watch a cricket match on Kew Green, from the comfort of this lovely pub. Perfect on a Summer's day”
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Location
10 Station Approach
Richmond, TW9 3QB
Phone020 8404 6000